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Recent Research

necessary to reduce acquisition of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a recent study suggests. ... These findings are consistent with recent studies, they added, but may not apply to settings with lower hand hygiene compliance.
February 2014

Recent Research

is more likely to be treated inappropriately, according to a recent study. ... D. -dimer cutoff, a recent analysis found. The systematic review and meta-analysis used individual data on 7,268 patients, gathered from 6 prospective studies in which
July 2016

Letter from the Editor

Recent research, however, has called this practice into question by finding that VTE rates aren't lower at hospitals with high prophylaxis rates compared to those with low prophylaxis rates. ... Our cover story looks at the current state of VTE
January 2015

Change in the air for oxygen delivery

A more comfortable, less expensive approach to high-flow oxygen delivery is likely to gain ground in adult ICUs over the next few years, buoyed by recent research showing somewhat better ... Dr. Nugent speculated. His review article called for more
October 2015

Recent Research

Reducing MRSA in the ICU, rivaroxaban in heart failure, warfarin bridging during cardiac device surgery, and more.
August 2013

Letter from the Editor

In it, he elegantly summarized recent research suggesting there is more to preventing readmissions than a good discharge and follow-up.
March 2013

Comanage orthopedics like a pro

From her own personal advice, Dr. Wallace moved on to the best comanagement practices identified by recent research. ... Other recent news in the field includes the 2017 American College of Rheumatology/American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
July 2018

The future of advanced cardiac life support

Recent research indicates that chest compressions may be most effective at 125 beats per minute, since this is the rate at which spontaneous circulation is most likely to return in ... O’Connor said. Also important to address in future guidelines is
March 2014

Recent Research

D. -dimer cutoff for safely ruling out pulmonary embolism (PE), especially in elderly patients, according to a recent study. ... Implementing telemedicine care in the ICU improved mortality and length of stay, according to a large recent study.
September 2014

Recent Research

They noted that the mortality rate in the standard nutrition group was lower than in some other recent research, which could potentially be explained by the high protein content (1.2 ... The standard formula also had a balanced amino acid pattern, which
January 2015

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